‘Women’s Health’

Healthy Weight Week: 5 Ways to Move Past Body Hatred

By Erin Risius, MA

We couldn’t have a Healthy Weight Week without discussing body image. We hope you’ll find our approach of Body Neutrality℠ helpful. Body weight obsession is a national pastime in this country – especially for females. As a result body-bashing – toward others and toward ourselves – can often become the lens from which self-worth is measured. Not good. These tips will help […] Read more »

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Healthy Weight Week: Other Things to Do with Your Scale

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

This post really needs no words. Still, we can’t help ourselves. After you enjoy the image, read why the Body Mass Index (BMI) is really not something you need to think twice about. BMI Failings If there’s one thing many weight management experts agree on, it’s that judging a person’s health on the basis of the BMI is highly flawed. A […] Read more »

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How to Support Women Who Struggle with Eating and Weight

By Shiri Macri, MA, LCMHC

Today marks the beginning of Healthy Weight Week 2015. The week when many people realize those New Year’s diets are destined for failure, or already have failed. Notice we say the diets have failed, not the people. That’s because diets don’t work — something so many people realize already. Yet time and again, they start new diets, often because they don’t […] Read more »

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Healthy Weight Week 2015 Starts Monday!

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

Hang on to your hats, folks. It’s Healthy Weight Week next week! Okay, maybe we’re a little more excited than you are at this point. But we’ve been working on this for a while now and are excited with all we’ve got to share. About Healthy Weight Week If you’re not familiar with Healthy Weight Week, this is its 22nd […] Read more »

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Webinar: Neuroscience of Change – Why We Fall Off Diets

By Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

As the new year unfolds, a familiar situation is repeating itself once again. People who resolved to start eating healthier – whether for weight loss or not (although it most often is) — start struggling with the diet plan they chose to lead them to success. Note that when we say “diet,” it’s not always a weight loss diet; the […] Read more »

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